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Ancestry SK, Part One

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Sally Kindberg’s comic strip for SCBWI British Isles online magazine

Another comic strip for SCBWI – Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators’  online magazine  More comic strips for SCBWI about character, block, choosing a friend, memoir and publicity.

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Character development comic strip for SCBWI British Isles

The latest in a series of comic strips for SCBWI British Isles. Other comic strips for SCBWI are about writers/illustrators’ block, publicity and memoir.

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How To Find True Love comic strips

Some years ago I started writing/drawing my How To Find True Love comic strips, hoping that magically it would turn into a best selling guide book.  At the time I was dating a pantomime goose.  It didn’t work out.  The interspecies … Continue reading

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Comic strip for SCBWI June 3rd 2016

Another comic strip for the SCBWI British Isles website 

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Never be bored comic strip story

Part of a book idea which morphed into something else.  Flounders are lovely.   Delighted to stroke a rough-skinned little baby flounder which happened to be in a bucket of Thames water on the Tower foreshore some years ago, before it … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s comic strip Welcoming the New Pet

Thinking of setting up a Pet School …

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Unfinished business

Part of Unfinished business collection of short stories.  And I should be working on something else entirely …

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China trip part four

The Bookworm Festival included a visit to a school run by the Migrant Children’s Foundation for children whose parents have been drawn from the countryside to work in China’s cities.  A car picked us up from the Opposite House and drove … Continue reading

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